full moon tree.

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    could not decide if i like it more in B+W or colour, so you help. i love Black and white but looking at the colour shot of this just makes it have such a ghostly affect to it? take note on the swaying branches in the breeze adding to its ghost appeal. taken just a couple nights ago just before full moon.
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    I like the B&W...

    Did you enhance it in any way?
     
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    the colour photo had a tiny bit of contrast added, and the black and white shot is enhanced even farther with contrast, with an orange filter imput digitally.
    im so torn, haha, usually im hands down on black and white, but the full moon blue sky just intrigues me.
     
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    The tree in B&W looks like it could be used in a scary movie. I like the angle for some reason. Nice job.
     
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    nice work i like the B&W one
     
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    B&W for sure!! The different effects make the two feels like whole different pictures! The black and white looks epic though, I won't lie :)
     

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